Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - June, 2019
A new report has warned of a toxic “ticking time bomb” of coal ash waste.
Coal plans aim for Aboriginal advance
A bid has been launched to build a $2 billion Indigenous-led coal-fired power station in Collinsville in North Queensland.
APRA warns of climate ignorance
APRA says businesses that ignore climate change could face a ‘Kodak moment’.
Joyce's farm plans probed
A report from the audit office has found Barnaby Joyce expanded a farm finance scheme against the advice of Treasury.
Flag firm linked to fake art
The company that wants to stop others from using the Aboriginal flag has ties with a group fined for producing fake aboriginal artwork.
Pyne's private move slammed
Former defence minister Christopher Pyne has leapt into a role in the defence sector.
Appeal to PM's climate morals
Over 150 religious leaders have called on Scott Morrison to block all new coal and gas projects.
New analysis says robots will take up to 20 million manufacturing jobs around the world by 2030.
State budgets boost building
Some believe the nation’s economic hopes are now pinned to its infrastructure boom.
ACT wrestles old health tech
Canberra’s health system is “single-handedly keeping fax machines alive”, the ACT’s health minister says.
Breach law raised in NSW
The NSW opposition wants to force state government agencies to report data breaches.
ERF coal backing slammed
The federal fund for fighting climate change could be used to prop up coal-fired power stations.
Solar to top WA supplies
AEMO says demand for electricity from households and businesses in WA is set to fall for the first time.
Stations seek gas admission
Billionaire businessman Brett Blundy has launched court action against Origin Energy over a plan for gas exploration on a Northern Territory cattle station.